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Dragon (type)

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* [[Generation V]] introduced the most Dragon-type Pokémon of any generation, with 10, and [[Generation II]] introduced the fewest Dragon-type Pokémon, with only {{p|Kingdra|one}}.
* [[Generation IV]] introduced the most Dragon-type moves of any generation, with five, while [[Generation VI]] introduced the fewest, with zeroonly {{m|Dragon Rage|one}}. However, in Generation I:
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* It has never been possible for any Pokémon to have either a double weakness or a double resistance to Dragon.
* [[Sinnoh]] is the only region without a notable Dragon-type [[Type expert|specialist]].
* In [[Generation III]], all Dragon-type moves were {{OBP|Cool|condition}} moves.
* Dragon is the most common type to serve as [[version mascot]], with seven Dragon-type Pokémon having served as mascots for eight games of the core series.
* The Dragon type is the only type for which a move was not introduced in [[Generation VI]]. This is also the only instance of any generation not introducing a move for a type after that type's introduction.
* Dragon-type moves have the most [[held item]]s that boost their power: [[Draco Plate]], [[Dragon Fang]], [[Dragon Gem]], all three [[timespace orbs]], and the [[Soul Dew]] (as of Generation VII).
* The Dragon type resists all three of the traditional primary types of core series [[starter Pokémon]]: {{t|Grass}}, {{t|Fire}}, and {{t|Water}}. In addition, it resists {{t|Electric}}, which was the type of the player's {{OBP|Red's Pikachu|game|starter}} in {{game|Yellow}}.